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Posts Categorized: That’s Not Cool

Webinar

Respect Effect: A New Tool for Teen Dating Violence Prevention

Title: Respect Effect: A New Tool for Teen Dating Violence Prevention

Date & Time: August 31st, 1PM ET (12PM CT, 11AM MT, 10AM PT, 9AM AK, 8AM HI) 

Speakers:

Eleanor Davis

Futures Without Violence

Tonjie Reese

Break The Cycle…

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5 Signs of a Healthy Teen Relationship

You’d be hard pressed to find a teen who isn’t …

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8 #RelationshipGoals You Should Really Want

    An S.O. who lifts you up and reminds you how
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How Being a Father Against Violence Makes You a #TrueDude

Sixteen years ago, I stepped into a role that I …

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An Alarm Bell is Ringing

When I last checked the Internet, the now-famous letter from

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Press Release

FUTURES Wins Webby Award for That’s Not Cool Website

SAN FRANCISCO (April 27, 2016) – Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) announced today that it received its first Webby Award for That’s Not Cool, a website aimed at preventing teen dating violence and digital abuse.
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We need YOUR help to win a Webby!

Our That's Not Cool website aimed at ending teen dating violence is up for a 2016 Webby Award! Vote today to help us win.
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Building Promising Futures: Guidelines and Outcome Measures for Enhancing Response of Domestic Violence Programs to Children & Youth

This webinar explores guidelines for enhancing domestic violence services. It will also discuss the complexities involved in developing and utilizing outcome measures for domestic violence programs' work with children and youth. Two new resources will be shared on the topic will be shared.
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That’s Not Cool: Mobilizing Youth Communities for Teen Dating Violence Prevention & Education

Join us for this webinar to learn more about innovative work being done in the field of teen dating violence prevention and to gain some tools for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
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Simple Actions You Can Take to Help End Teen Dating Violence

FUTURES' Sarah Hyde gives us some easy actions to take to promote healthy relationships during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
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New Online Quiz Helps Teens Draw the Line on Digital Dating Abuse

FUTURES' new digital quiz 'Cool Not Cool' helps teens draw the line on teen dating abuse.
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Guest Post: Tips and Resources for Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

Guest blogger Barri Rosenbluth shares her tips and resources for spreading awareness during National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.
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Leveraging Social Media to Talk to Teens About Dating Violence

We're sharing our social media tips for talking to teens about dating violence and abuse.
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Drum Roll, Please…. Announcing the 2014 RESPECT! Challenge

Announcing the launch of the 2014 RESPECT! Challenge. Enter now for a chance to win 10k for the school or nonprofit of your choice!
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Program News
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More Than A Quarter Of Teens In A Relationship Report Digital Abuse

The Urban Institute's Justice Policy Center released a 2013 study examining the role technology plays in teen dating abuse.
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The High Price of Teen Sexting

According to a study in Pediatrics, sexting has been linked to risky sexual behavior. Teens who sext do so often as a result of pressure or coercion from their friends or significant others. In certain states, teens who sext are even at risk of being prosecuted under child pornography laws.
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February is Teen Dating Violence Prevention & Awareness Month

Throughout the month of February, advocates and educators from across the country are focused on the risk factors associated with teen dating violence, and what can be done to prevent it.
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Pressure to Share Passwords…Cool or Not Cool?

How would you feel about getting pressured to share your online passwords with someone you’re dating? This question is posed in the latest video by That’s Not Cool.
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Teens “Talk Back” with New Avatar

Pressuring someone for nude pics…cool or not cool? Teens can now create personalized talking avatar videos to answer that important question.
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Helping Teens Draw Their ‘Digital Line’

With digital communication a central part of teens’ lives, we launched a new national public service advertising (PSA) campaign to help teens recognize digital dating abuse and take steps to prevent it.
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‘That’s Not Cool’ Wins Communicator Award

That’s Not Cool has been recognized with an Award of Excellence by the International Academy of Visual Arts for outstanding educational website. The award honors innovative communications initiatives that make a lasting impact in their field.
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‘That’s Not Cool’ Wins Youth Award

That’s Not Cool, a Futures Without Violence public education campaign, has been recognized as aY-Pulse GennY Award Finalist. This honor awards initiatives that use new and innovative techniques to connect with youth.
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That’s Not Cool Ambassadors Program

We’re looking for a few good teens to join us as official That’s Not Cool Ambassadors. This is a unique opportunity to raise awareness on an issue that affects friends, family, and the community at large while having some fun in the process.
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Futures Without Violence Vision for Healthy Relationships Education

Futures Without Violence identified core components we believe provide the basis for effective healthy relationships education.
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Effective Responses to Teen Sexting: A Guide for Judges and Other Professionals

This report reflects discussions as well as research on the latest legal, educational, and programmatic responses to teen sexting. It answers questions judges and other community leaders may have about this challenging issue.
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